Covid-19 vaccinations: More than 50 nations have missed a target set by the WHO

Most of those not making the target of 10% of people fully vaccinated by the end of September are in Africa. Source link

Sockie is Absolutely Terrified to get Needle Vaccine Immunizations

Sockie has talked about being scared of needles for a long time. Today she gets her 12 year old immunization vaccines and talks about what goes on inside her … source

Yelp’s New Feature Shows if Businesses Require Vaccinations

Aug. 11, 2020 — “I’ve been vaccinated for two months. I’ll be there!” “Such a great call.” “Discrimination and segregation always worked so well in the past, why not repeat it!” These are just a few examples of the types of online reactions that restaurants have received after… Continue reading Yelp’s New Feature Shows if Businesses Require Vaccinations

New Vaccinations Increasing in COVID Hot Spots

July 29, 2021 — States struggling with alarming COVID-19 outbreaks are now vaccinating people at very high rates, an analysis of CDC data shows. The increases in vaccinations are occurring in southern and central states that have low vaccination rates, namely Louisiana, Arkansas, and Missouri, according to an analysis of the data by… Continue reading New Vaccinations Increasing in COVID Hot Spots

France Covid: Vaccinations mandatory for all health workers

Amid a surge in cases, President Emmanuel Macron announces new measures to combat Covid. Source link

Compulsory vaccinations for care home staff in England backed by MPs

At the time, it said 47% of English care homes for older people had more than a fifth of staff yet to take up the vaccine, despite staff at all eligible care homes having been offered vaccines, with the vast majority of homes having had repeat visits by vaccine teams. Source link

Philippines: Duterte reappears in public after ill health rumours

The Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has denied having a health condition preventing him from running the country. He has emerged after weeks of being … source

Racial Disparities Persist in Vaccinations, CDC Data Shows

Easing Fears in Hispanic Communities Some states are reporting higher vaccination rates among Hispanics than white and Black residents, which Bibbins-Domingo said fits with surveys showing high enthusiasm for vaccination among Hispanics. It also indicates that some of the reported barriers may have been addressed more effectively in those states, she said.… Continue reading Racial Disparities Persist in Vaccinations, CDC Data Shows

As Vaccinations Rise, Hospitals Ease Restrictions on Visitors

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, May 20, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Virginia Terrell knew she wouldn’t be allowed visitors after she checked into the hospital with COVID-19 late last month, but being braced for that reality didn’t make her week-and-a-half stay any easier. “You get pretty lonely,” said Terrell, 59, who was treated at… Continue reading As Vaccinations Rise, Hospitals Ease Restrictions on Visitors

Can Vaccinations Stop COVID Transmission?

                                         Participants in the CU Boulder study         “We’ve received numerous emails that we’re working through to get them started. It’s been really nice to see because they’re really interested in doing… Continue reading Can Vaccinations Stop COVID Transmission?